Business Acquisition Agreement

Notwithstanding the right of one party to investigate the affairs of the other party and its shareholders, each party has the right to rely unrestrictedly on the assurances, guarantees, alliances and agreements of the other party and its shareholders for transactions under this agreement. All these assurances, guarantees, pacts and agreements will last the implementation and supply of this agreement and the conclusion of this agreement one year after the completion date. When a buyer takes over a credit, mortgage or credit balance, he assumes responsibility for the business. Buyers can cover some or all of the debts that the seller has incurred over the life of the business. This acquisition agreement will take effect on the [date of the conclusion of the contract] by [name] of the company, “the buyer] established at the registry and [the name of the company], the seller, whose head office is located at the registry of [- Buyers and sellers are collectively referred to as “parties” and sometimes individually referred to as “parties”. This agreement replaces all previous agreements, written or written. This agreement (“agreement”) is entered into on March 2, 2015 by and between Grasshopper Staffing, known as “seller,” and Tomichi Creek Outfitters Inc., known as “buyer,” for the purchase of Grasshopper Staffing, known as “Business,” and all related assets. When you buy assets in a business, you are not buying the business yourself, but only one aspect of it. This can mean a product, a client list or some kind of intellectual property. The company retains its name, commitments and tax returns. The buyer undertakes to compensate and compensate the seller, its executives, directors and major shareholders, and the seller undertakes to provide the buyer, its executives, directors and principal shareholders at all times against and with respect to any liability, damage or defect, any act, action, proceedings, claims, judgments, judgments, expenses and expenses, including legal fees, incident to any of the above facts , the result of a substantial inaccuracy of a party unscathed to a compensated party and the violation of a federal or federation guarantee or non-compliance with an agreement by an compensated party or a substantial misrepresentation or omission of a certificate, financial statement or tax return that must be established or submitted for the purpose of presenting this agreement.